BRAIN BREAKS: Store Brain Breaks inside a pencil box. It doesn't take up much space and students will be so excited when they see you pull out the Brain Break Box.

BRAIN BREAKS! Store your Brain Breaks inside of a pencil box. It doesn't take up much space, and students will be so excited when they see you pull out the Brain Break Box!

BRAIN BREAKS: Store Brain Breaks inside a pencil box. It doesn't take up much space and students will be so excited when they see you pull out the Brain Break Box.

BRAIN BREAKS CANNOT wait to do this!!! I do some of these, but just off the top of my head. This will give the kids more of a variety.

Heeren's Happenings: Objectives and Brain Breaks----I can now do something useful with all the great brain breaks/movement activities I learned last year in grad class!

Get students up and moving. Refocus them. Encourage them to think in a different way. Reward them for good behavior. Even leave the cards for a substitute as "filler activities". Print and go resource for upper elementary and middle school teachers to use with their students.

Brain Breaks for BIGGER Students - Get Them Moving and Thinking

Get students up and moving. Refocus them. Encourage them to think in a different way. Reward them for good behavior. Even leave the cards for a substitute as "filler activities". Print and go resource for upper elementary and middle school teachers to use

Brain Breaks to Get Your Students MOVING!

Brain Breaks to Get Your Students MOVING! Different categories depending on the situation and how you want your students to feel. To calm down? To energize? These videos and brain breaks help organize and manage students

TheHappyTeacher: BRAIN BREAKS!

Write brain breaks on colored craft sticks, and let a student choose one when your class needs a mental break!

The Wiggle Jar: free printable jar label and activity cards with ideas to give your students breaks throughout the school day (from Homeschool Share)

The Wiggle Jar: Help your student's brain take a break. Print the 32 activity cards and put them in a jar. When your student gets wiggly, bored, overwhelmed, or even tired, pull one of the cards out of the jar.

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